The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is currently developing Colorado’s Integrated Solid Waste & Materials Management Plan to develop program and policy options for moving materials management (MM) forward in Colorado. As part of this initiative, half-day stakeholder meetings (most are 8:30-1:00) are being conducted around the state (see the following schedule). For attendees, the department is targeting stakeholders interested and involved in solid waste including, but not limited to:
- landfill and recycling / diversion facility owners and operators,
- community/county solid waste professionals,
- elected decision-makers,
- non-profit recyclers,
- recycling businesses, etc.
The meetings will focus on identifying “waste shed” issues and opportunities, disposal/processing facility needs and gaps, examine opportunities for shared services, and address recycling / diversion opportunities and funding gaps.
The department wants your input/ideas/feedback at the stakeholder meeting in your area.
- Tuesday, January 19 – Alamosa
- Wednesday, January 20 – Lamar
- Thursday, January 21 – Pueblo
- Monday, January 25 – Durango
- Tuesday, January 26 – Grand Junction
- Tuesday, February 16 – Webinar (designed for consultants & those unable to attend other meetings)
- Wednesday, February 17 – Denver Metro
- Thursday, February 18 – Silverthorne
- Tuesday, February 25 – Sterling
- Wednesday, March 2 – Loveland
CLICK BELOW to indicate your interest in attending. Space is limited, sign-up is required, and you will be contacted regarding your interest. Thank you!
CLICK HERE: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CDPHEMeetings
The project is being conducted by Burns and McDonnell (disposal and landfill elements, project lead) and Skumatz Economic Research Associates (workshops & recycling/diversion elements). Wolf Kray is the CDPHE lead. For more information on these meetings, contact Lisa Skumatz, 303/494-1178 or firstname.lastname@example.org.